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RE: Access Key alternative -in the wrong place?

From: Lisa Seeman <seeman@netvision.net.il>
Date: Thu, 24 Jun 2004 12:54:34 +0300
To: 'Andy Heath' <a.k.heath@shu.ac.uk>, w3c-wai-gl@w3.org
Message-id: <018801c459d1$40c5d380$340aa8c0@lisaibm>

Web accessibility techniques and practice are not so old. It can't be
too late ton create a more logical, robust, architecture

Lisa

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> Subject: Re: Access Key alternative -in the wrong place?
> 
> 
> 
> 
> > Now why can't we attach DC metadata title  and description  
> onto all 
> > image files in place of filling in an alt and longdesc when 
> ever the 
> > images are used. (alt can override the meta title if the 
> web author is 
> > using an image/media in a different way to how the graphic artist 
> > anticipated the image being used)
> > 
> > That is why we need to design accessibility solutions from an 
> > architectural level, and not from the html content symptom solving 
> > thing
> 
> I agree.  An over-arching architectural framework is required 
> otherwise its just ramdom wandering in a very large search 
> space. Nodes first then leaves.
> 
> andy
> 
> -- 
> andy
> _______________________________________________
> Andy Heath
> a.k.heath@shu.ac.uk
> 
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